Since the administration of Muhammadu Buhari came on board in 2015, they have stressed that the economy is in very bad shape. Most states could not pay salaries and they were heavily indebted. Critical infrastructures such as road construction, social projects, and basic amenities projects were poorly funded.The government decided to borrow money from different sources to meet the existing demands and get the economy working again.Various options were weighed and eventually, Nigeria applied to the World Bank for a loan. They also sought a loan from China because the economy was considered to be in a near-comatose condition.From borrowing to fund critical infrastructures, Nigeria was also borrowing to fund its annual budgets and to offer bailouts to heavily indebted states.Four years down the line, we are at it again. About US$2.5bn is being sought from the Wrld Bank in furtherance of the economic reform policies of the Buhari administration.